Accies on song with status quo

BILLY REID insists he won't overreact to Hamil-ton's defeat to Dunfermline last weekend as they look to get back on track against Airdrie United.

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Accies have been on an impressive recent run as they have hauled them-selves out of the Irn-Bru First Division relegation zone and to within four points of fifth-placed Falkirk in the standings.

They head across Lanarkshire tomorrow and boss Reid said: "This is not the time to go and press the panic button and change things.

"Things have been going really, really well for us recently.

"We were forced into a major change last week with Alex Neil but he will be back into it. These players have done well for this club.

"They have got a chance of making a real name for themselves and getting to the last four of a national cup competition.

"They are doing well for us and they have got plenty to play. That will be in their minds."


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